February is just full of surprises. First the long awaited My Bloody Valentine album, m b v, was finally released after twenty two years, and now we have new music from The Postal Service! Their much beloved debut (and only album), Give Up, soundtracked the lives of many young adolescents such as myself, and this month marks its tenth anniversary. This is a new track called “A Tattered Line of String” from the deluxe re-issue of Give Up, available on April 9 via Sub Pop.
I don’t normally post radio rips but I’ll make an exception here for Mr. James Blake. Here’s his new track “Retrograde” played for the first time on BBC Radio 1, taken from the forthcoming album, Overgrown, out on April 8.
Cat Power is not typically an artist to be remixed, so it came as a great surprise today to see rapper Angel Haze, and producer Ryan Hemsworth do just that on the track “Manhattan”. “Manhattan” is taken from Cat Power’s latest album, Sun, available now on Matador Records.
Warped Betamax footage of WWE star Goldust doing strange things with a mask may seem unusual on paper, but when paired with the sound of “Hairspray Heart” by Black Moth Super Rainbow, it makes a whole lot of sense. “Hairspray Heart” is from the album Cobra Juicy, available now on Rad Cult.
Upload after upload kept getting taken down, but it looks we finally have an official stream of the epic new track from The Knife, “Full of Fire”. The forthcoming album, Shaking the Habitual, is available on April 8 via Rabid Records.
FaltyDL is soon to release his next album, Hardcourage, on January 21 via Ninja Tune. Here’s the video for one of the singles from the album called “She Sleeps” featuring Ed Macfarlane of Friends Fires.